Nina Turner has four events scheduled for today (Friday) in Charleston, South Carolina

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Nina has four events scheduled for Friday, all in North Charleston, South Carolina:

According to Phillip Agnew, he, Shaun King, and Justin Bamberg will be participating in at least some of these events.

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Watched the Mueller testimony today and realized another reason why the nominee has to be Bernie

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Something that I think scares the neolibs and rightists is the fact that Bernie literally has no skeletons in the closet. Both parties spend half their time trying to dig up dirt and impeach each other. But Bernie is clean as a whistle. So once he gets in office, there's gonna be no stopping him. Now take Joe and Kamala. Look at the shady shit they have done. If they win, they will walk into the white house and be impeached for something by the next day.

The only thing I can think of as far as a Bernie attack to worry about is if the right threatens to eliminate the socialist movement in some manner. That's a real concern right now, and it always is when a labor party starts to organize and challenge a facist government. So we have to do what we can to get in front of that, by changing the conversation on socialism. We need to bring to light socialists are an unconstitutionally oppressed group. And their demonization is an attack on the freedom of ideas.

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I found out I was able to go to the rally today for Hahnemann Hospital and saw Bernie there. I wrote this on the way to work this morning.

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Since the beginning Bernie Sanders has walked the walk for

you and I,

for the voiceless,

the oppressed,

for us,

the people who have to decide between putting food on the table or paying a bill,

for us,

the people who must decide between packing a healthy lunch for our children or making sure there is fuel in the vehicle to get to work.

Bernie has fought for us and won for over 30 years.

Now is the time for us to put him in the seat where he will bend the bars of power,

help us escape the prison constructed for us out of broken education, crippling debt, unpayable healthcare costs, and fear.

He will bring the robber barons and cartels, the thieves and bankers to pay their fair share in this grand experiment called the United States, to the
nation’s true founders:

The enslaved

The slaughtered Native Americans

The steel workers

Mill worker and butcher


Mothers and fathers

Immigrants and undocumented workers

Sandwich counter owner and carpenter


Engineers and janitors


The nurse and the mathematician

The undaunted women who moved history just to cast a vote

the true patriots who fight and win to protect and help


not just a privileged few.

Help us put Bernie Sanders in the Oval Office where he can stand up and fight back.

With the will of the people, the strength of all of us behind him, we can shift our country to a new trail and take back our place as leaders of people,
become the beacon of hope and true strength for our world and those who will follow after.

Bernie Sanders for President.

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Today I personally experienced why Medicare for All is so important

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Today I was driving home from some errands and had a pretty profound experience. As I was sitting at a stoplight, I looked to my left, and on the side of the street there was a man on the ground shaking terribly. I quickly pulled over, went up to him, held his hand, and asked if he was okay. Apparently he was a drug addict and he told me that he just OD'd and couldn't get up and needed me to help him walk to the detox center that is only two blocks away. I told him I was going to call an ambulance for him.

He looked me in the eyes and slowly uttered the words "Please don't do that, I don't have healthcare."

Here was a man fighting for his own life, barely breathing, barely functioning, dying, and he was concerned about his health care. And the look of complete sadness and devastation in his eyes showed how worried he was about it.

Now, I always sort of laughed medicare for all off thinking it is too good to be true or not doable, but today I saw the necessity of it and why it is so important.

And for anyone wondering, I did call an ambulance and they saved his life on the spot. I live in MN so they have financial options for people like him and he won't be paying anything probably. But just the fact that he was so worried about it even while he was dying was very moving to me.

Just wanted to share that with everyone here and proclaim that I am fully aboard the MFA train, and that I'm sorry that it took something like this to change my mind.

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